The recruiting trail has been a little difficult to follow with Cathedral (Calif.) wide receiver DaMari Scott this season. Offers from Boston College, Fresno State, and San Diego State were the handful of first on the table but then as time went on others were thrown in the mix.
Offers from Nevada, Colorado State, Toledo and San Jose State all came during the latter part of the season or shortly after it and even Vanderbilt was in discussions with Scott for a short period of time.
Fast-forward to now, Scott is on the visit trail but still remaining very patient. Spending the weekend in Fresno, California gave him the chance to check out the Bulldogs of Fresno State and Scott was very specific about what he liked.
"The offense," he said. "When it's one-on-one they're going to give the best player the ball and let them make plays in space."
Along with the offense Scott says Fresno State had a good vibe in what every recruit looks for, the culture.
"They really make it feel like a family there," he said. "It was cool, they have a nice place."
Scott says a few position meetings, facilities tours, a basketball game, an academic information session and hanging out with the team were among the highlights of the trip but his last event was a sit down meeting with head coach Tim DeRuyter.
"He told me to go home and think about what I want to do and he's going to come for an in-home visit next week."
So where did the visit put the Bulldogs?
"They're at the top," Scott said.
Scott will visit San Jose State next weekend and Toledo the weekend after.